The Orioles’ schedule the past three nights was more that of a team on a barnstorming tour than a major league club as they played in a different city for a third straight day Friday night at Rogers Centre.
The daily traveling ended in Toronto, but not before the Orioles dropped their fourth straight game, 6-5, in their series opener against the Blue Jays.
With the loss, the Orioles (58-44) now lead Toronto (58-45) by a mere half-game in the American League East standings.
The Orioles arrived in Toronto early Friday morning after playing a makeup game in Minnesota on Thursday night, on a day that was originally a scheduled day off.
The Orioles jumped on...